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Gugg-Helminger, A., Dähn, W., Fenk, S. & Angelo, B. 2004. Broadband and Spectral Measurement Instrumentation for Photobiological Hazard Evaluation. Unpublished paper read at CIE Expert Symposium on Light and Health, October 1. 
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Resource type: Conference Paper
BibTeX citation key: GuggHelmingera
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Categories: Englisch = English
Keywords: Photometrie = Photometry, Ultraviolett = Ultraviolet
Creators: Angelo, Dähn, Fenk, Gugg-Helminger
Collection: CIE Expert Symposium on Light and Health
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Abstract
The only way to accurately evaluate an unknown source of non-ionizing radiation with respect to photobiological hazard is to use a traditional high quality double monochromator based spectroradiometer. With such a system measurement uncertainty within five percent is attainable. Broadband radiometric measurement devices as well as spectral measurement instruments based on diode array polychromator and single monochromator systems will yield much higher uncertainties in this task. However, when certain detector and lamp parameters are known, the a(z) method can be employed to realize and correct the broadband spectral measurement error. In addition to a description of these various instrument types and their principle method of operation, an error analysis based on a photobiological hazard detector designed to match the CIE defined erythemal function for a library of different light sources including the sun, the most difficult to evaluate, will be provided in support of these statements.
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